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John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to Elbridge Gerry, 1798 November 12

 Item — Box 1: Series id159295, Folder: 5
Identifier: id159468
Scope and Contents

Discusses Gerry's letter of 20 October 1798 to President John Adams, in which Gerry makes several misstatements about his part in the XYZ Affair, which Marshall now refutes point by point; "I must hope sir that you will think justly on this subject & will thereby save us both the pain of an altercation..."

Dates: 1798 November 12

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to George Washington, 1799 May 1

 Item — Box 1: Series id159295, Folder: 6
Identifier: id159469
Scope and Contents

Apologizes for an article lately published listing the offices which Washington offered to him (John Marshall), with which he had nothing to do; the writer of the article, who obtained no information directly or indirectly from Marshall, "was unquestionably actuated by a wish to serve me and by resentment at the various malignant calumnies that have been so profusely bestowed on me." Original in the Washington Papers, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Dates: 1799 May 1

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to George Washington, 1799 May 16

 Item — Box 1: Series id159295, Folder: 6
Identifier: id159472
Scope and Contents

Will communicate the enclosures of Washington's last letter to Colonel Edward Carrington and Colonel William Heth when they arrive in town; comments upon the elections and the unexpected defeat of Colonel George Hancock and Major Haywood; discusses the composition of the new state legislature; and upon France's declaration of war upon Austria and its consequences. Original in the Washington Papers, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Dates: 1799 May 16

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to George Washington, 1799 June 12

 Item — Box 1: Series id159295, Folder: 6
Identifier: id159473
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Discusses military appointments and recommends several officers, including Colonel John Cropper, General George Rogers Clark, General Thomas Posey, Colonel James Breckenbridge, Colonel Callohill Minnis, General Robert Porterfield of Augusta, General Joseph Blackwell of Fauquier, and Colonel Joseph Swearingean of Berkley; comments upon the death of Mr. Patrick Henry. Original is located in the Washington Papers, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Dates: 1799 June 12

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to George Washington, 1799 June 21

 Item — Box 1: Series id159295, Folder: 6
Identifier: id159474
Scope and Contents

Was unable to return the enclosed letter because he was out of town and his happy that Washington is not displeased that it was not transmitted to Colonel John Cropper; has just received Washington's second letter to that gentleman and will forward it immediately. Original is located in the Washington Papers, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Dates: 1799 June 21

John Marshall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to James McDowall, 1800 February 19

 Item — Box 2: Series id159295, Folder: 1
Identifier: id159481
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Replies to a letter which proposed a change of the law for collecting the internal revenue of the U.S. in nonintercourse law with France; mentions that popular feeling is against it, as the public sees it responsible for present low price of tobacco.

Dates: 1800 February 19

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to James Monroe, 1812 June 25

 Item — Box 2: Series id159295, Folder: 4
Identifier: id161452
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Upon his return from the "laborious relaxation" of his farm, he found President Madison's message, the report of the committee of foreign relations, and the declaration of war against Great Britain. Original is located in the Monroe Papers, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Dates: 1812 June 25

John Marshall to Bushrod Washington, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1815 April

 Item — Box 2: Series id159295, Folder: 4
Identifier: id161482
Scope and Contents

Has made inquiries in response to his letter; land for which taxes are unpaid before August will be sold; payment can be made to the Sheriff of the county; discusses George Washington letters and how he thinks they should be published; asks him to settle a newspaper account for him.

Dates: 1815 April

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to Governeur Morris, 1816 October 3

 Item — Box 2: Series id159295, Folder: 4
Identifier: id161490
Scope and Contents

After reading the recipient's address to the New York Historical Society, he sends him his thoughts on the study of history.

Dates: 1816 October 3

John Marshall, Washington, D.C., to James Monroe, 1825 March 7

 Item — Box 3: Series id159295, Folder: 3
Identifier: id163384
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Asks him to accept a copy of his colonial history; congratulations him on the successful termination of his political career. Original is located in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Dates: 1825 March 7

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to unknown recipient, 1832 September 12

 Item — Box 4: Series id159295, Folder: 4
Identifier: id165253
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Has received and read his essay "A Congress of Nations for the Amicable Adjustments of National Differences;" Feels that its argument is well arranged and supported by applicable biblical quotations, but is also impracticable. See the November and December 1832 issue of The Comet.

Dates: 1832 September 12

John Marshall, Washington, D.C., to unknown recipient, 1833 February 5

 Item — Box 4: Series id159295, Folder: 5
Identifier: id165261
Scope and Contents

Returns his portfolio of drawings of Washington and pictures of Revolutionary Boston; recalls traveling to Richmond with him once. Original is located in the Illinois State Historical Library, Springfield, Illinois.

Dates: 1833 February 5

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to Charles Carter, 1833 May 8

 Item — Box 4: Series id159295, Folder: 5
Identifier: id165263
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Received his letter of 27 April; discusses Mr. Edmund Pendleton; mentions a copy of a letter from Mr. Carr in the possession of Colonel John Nichols; Augustine Davis may have published it; Charles Carter's brother has written to Mr. Sujt in regards to it; discusses Mr. Edmund Pendleton, Thomas Jefferson, and the XYZ dispatch. Original is located in the Marshall Papers, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Dates: 1833 May 8

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to unkown recipient, 1835 April 4

 Item — Box 4: Series id159295, Folder: 6
Identifier: id165273
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Describes how George Washington convinced him to run for Congress in 1798. Original is located in the Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Dates: 1835 April 4

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to unknown recipient, undated

 Item — Box 4: Series id159295, Folder: 6
Identifier: id165411
Scope and Contents

Discusses arrangements regarding the acquisition of Mrs. Kennon's negroes. Original is located in the Virginia State Library, Richmond, Virginia.

Dates: undated

John Marshall, the Hague, to Timothy Pickering, 1797 September 9

 Item — Box 1: Series id159295, Folder: 5
Identifier: id159458
Scope and Contents Arrived at the Hague and met with General Charles C. Pinckney on September 3; has just heard from an express from the Dutch minister at Paris to the Committee of Foreign Affairs about the Directory with the aid of the army moving against royalist and right wing opponents in the Directory, the Council of Five Hundred and the Council of Elders; discusses the impact which this coup d'etat of 18 Fructidor should have upon foreign policy; the French government is now in the hands of those...
Dates: 1797 September 9

John Marshall, the Hague, to Timothy Pickering, 1797 September 15-17

 Item — Box 1: Series id159295, Folder: 5
Identifier: id159460
Scope and Contents The reports on the revolution in Paris have been confirmed; discusses violations of the French constitution, under the hand of the army, the very essence of a republic is destroyed, but "French liberty may survive the shock it has sustained;" "All power is now in the undivided possession of those who have directed against us those hostile measures of which we so justly complain;" will set out for Paris on Monday with or without Elbridge Gerry; contrary to previous reports, negotiations still...
Dates: 1797 September 15-17

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia,to Bushrod, Washington, 1819 October 31

 Item — Box 2: Series id159295, Folder: 6
Identifier: id163258
Scope and Contents

Mentions a trial at Richmond for piracy and discusses the lack of international law regarding the same; writes of his subscription to Mr. Bronson's Gazette of the United Stateswhich has become the Union. Original is located in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Dates: 1819 October 31

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, to James Monroe, 1826 July 30

 Item — Box 3: Series id159295, Folder: 5
Identifier: id163401
Scope and Contents

Replies to his letter recommending Mr. Randall for the vacant office in the Clerkship of the Supreme Court; discusses his feelings regarding the appointment; has been having trouble with famine and drought. Original is located in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Dates: 1826 July 30

Henry Clay, Washington, D.C., to John Marshall, 1828 April 8

 Item — Box 3: Series id159295, Folder: 5
Identifier: id163418
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Takes the liberty to write him; regrets that it was necessary for John Marshall to announce publicly his feelings on the election, because it will not subject him to the abuse of the partisans. Original is located in the John Marshall House, Richmond, Virginia.

Dates: 1828 April 8

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia?, to Crittenden Lyon, 1830 December 26

 Item — Box 4: Series id159295, Folder: 2
Identifier: id163445
Scope and Contents

Letter of reference for Captain Baylis, who served with him during the Revolution. Original is located in the National Archives, Washington, D.C.

Dates: Other: 1830 December 26

John Marshall, Washington, D.C., to Thomas Ritchie, [1847] October 1

 File — Box 9: Series id82831, Folder: 545
Identifier: id106758
Scope and Contents

Visit with Col. Fremont; Col. Smyth's private conversation with a Mr. Jones re Ritchie's relation to Col. Fremont. 1 p. ALS.

Dates: [1847] October 1

John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia to James Monroe, 1830 December 16

 File — Box 2, Folder: 53
Identifier: id298418
Scope and Contents

Item location was previously identified as Box 2, Folder 122.

Dates: 1830 December 16

Cabin at Warrenton and John Marshall Home, circa 1940-1990

 File — Box 44, Folder: 139
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

The collection includes photographs, negatives, slides, film, postcards, ephemera, correspondence and artifacts belonging to Thomas L. Williams, photographer for William & Mary for 35 years. He was also a photographer for Camp Peary and Colonial Williamsburg prior to working for William & Mary.

Dates: Other: circa 1940-1990

Richmond Jaycees, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 1973 June 19

 File — Box 19: Series id182730, Folder: 218
Identifier: id205936
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Boxes 17-24. arranged chornologially: This series contains Godwin's official speeches, as well as other formal speeches made as a private citizen from 1957 through 1977. Although Godwin was a popular speaker prior to 1957, especially during his active participation in Ruritan National and early days in the General Assembly, no copies of speeches given during that period have survived.

Dates: 1973 June 19

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